Agent Raymond Sparkes insists Mackay's main aim on Monday is to clarify his position following the removal of Iain Moody.
"Malky is not going to into the board meeting emotionally," said Sparkes to Wales Online.
"He will be reporting three or four facts that he believes the chairman (Mehmet Dalman), in particular, and the senior directors will not be aware of.
"Malky's main aim is to seek and clarify his position at the club moving forward.
"We would like to make it totally clear that Malky has no intention of resigning.
"He feels he has made a genuine bond with the club, the city of Cardiff and the people of the city, particularly the Bluebirds' supporters.
"He just wishes to be given the chance to continue with the job he has started and continue the journey he started with Cardiff City more than two years ago.
"He will go into the meeting with an open mind and will be seeking assurances about his concerns of his relationship with the owner and, hopefully, he will get those assurances."
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